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C7?ANJiKOO/\\ 73. C, SATURDAY, JUNE, 24, 190C>.
No. 2(5.
ITRICT MINING NEWS.
jlerest to Those Engaged in
he  Development of the
Mining Industry.
output of silver-lead from
Beast Kootenay  during  the
nt nioulh will be the largest
|y mouth since Jan  1st.
utheast Kootenay is rapidly
jriup upon a |ieriod of great
ng activity and more pros-
ng and development is being
euted than ever before in
distory of this district.
■cording to the best informed
nu men Southeast Kootenay
(In the St. Eugene and Sulli-
the two largest silver-lead
being mines in Canada.
ie only coal fields of British
[inbia being actually mined
loal are those of Vancouver
id and of the Crow's Nest
and those seem to be more
table to s ipply the market
bsent available, as in neither
nave the mines been able lo
the year through with a
Malcolm Mclnnes and James
Finley. and other residents of
Cranbrook are interested. If is
said that the deal now pending
is to be a sixty day option for
inspection, then a cash payment,
and that the payment will run \n
lo at least six figures.
The property is situated north
of Michel creek and consists of
five or six locations, which have
been partial;}1 developed, sufficient to show up large bodies of
excellent coal.
Coal Mines Payroll
The following  is the payroll
of the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.
for May, paid on  Saturday last
Coal Creek. $61,,042.89
Michel     48,979.6Q
Carbonado '   18,01)1.05
Total   *l*l,i>:i:i.0.1
Wedding Bells.
One of those events which
makes the world brighter and
happier took place last Saturday
evening in the town of Wardncr.
when Mr. Otto Wisner and Mrs.
Sara   Havill    were    united    in
as g real as could havo been I marriage.     The ceremony was
loved.     The gross amount j Perforn,ed b»'Ruv- Jl   Pi   Wef>
'r,,,il    iirndnced   din-iiK'   iflfU tnan>   pastor   of   the    Methodist, ^^
fcoal   pioduced  during  W*^^ p| ^ ^   ,A largo|of ^7.:!:..   With a parting hint
HOLDUP at FERNIE
Three Hotels And Grocery Store
Robbed No Clua to Parp:trators.
sin-, mi I., 'mi. PaospacTSa
Pernie June 22.- A daring
holdup was perpetrated on Wednesday morning ai the Pernie
Hotel by three masked robbers
who secured about fitly dollars
in cash..
At B-80 a ni. on Wednesday
morning as Ed. Haynes the night
porter at the Hotel Fernie came
up from stoking the hotel furnaces he unlocked Ihe bar room
in order lo pass through. Turning lo lock the door he was confronted by a man with a long
revolver who threatened to blow
his brains out if he uttered a
word. At the same time two
more ir,en came from the rear
door, leading from the lavatory
and the watchman was taken into
tho card room opening off the
bar room, his pockets were, then
rifled, and after having been
robbed of about (80, was then
bound to a chair. Then tho till
was emptied, the third robber
having robbed the  cash register
will be completed this year.
During construction, arid upon
its completion, it will be of great
benefit to Cranbrook.
1,685,698 long tons, an In
of 20:
riie Imperial Coal
so over 1008 of 203,785 tons, inumber of friends an'iv,Hl  fmm
to make no outcry the men disappeared, locking ihe door leading into the bar.
The porter, cutoff from assistance,   shouted   for  help, which.
lOIIS. I
. „ ,   tail parts of the town  and  Cran-
  and Coke .    ' ,
tn    ,■     ! brook,
inpany, operating on ronling,    „ , _     , ,   , „ ..
1 , , ■     •    Promptlv   at   8   o clock   the
Br, is carrying on extensivei     ,,. , ,
. , ! wedding march was  played and i
"iopment worK. h    tf  ^  I]]ill|UM 1bo {l(.jdp cn_ j however,  did not. arrive for an
It is announced that the con-l^edtthe ,        ^     mom of'h(n"' «">d ■ ""If-  "hen he was
id lor the St. Eugene Mining ,tho (.e|Ul,u hoU,,  ^     ,m th(J
|mpany   with  the   smelter   at
arm of   Mr.    John   Ryan,   the
popular proprietor of the Central
The  wedding  ceremony  being■■{thedoor to get tohim.
over,   the  many   friends offered j    Tn«' rObbett wore a half mask
their congratulations and  then
twerp, Belgium, will expire
tie 30 and after that date the
- concentrates will be shipped
;ho   smelter    at   Trail   and
pison.   The tonnage from  the|al,   M   dow„   ,„   ,. smill„11011s
i  Eugene, together with other L,^, pi.epar0(1 bv Ull, genial
Ivor lead mines  o!   the  Koote-|bost       Afterwards  all   wended
their way  to the hull where an
in
^	
found by Manager Rookes of the
hotel and U Mr. Sutherland of
Coal creek, after  bursting open
lavs should be .sufficient to keep
■ie smelters busy. Tho St.
lugene will declare a dividend
870,000, oi1 two cents a  share,
July isi.
It is reported that  there  is a
issibility of the Estella mine,
luntcd on  Tracy  creek,   being
enjoyable time was spent
music and dancing until the wee
small hours of the morning. Tho
dining room and hall were
beautifully decorated for the
occasion. The many presents
received showed tho high esteem
tided    by   a   West   Kootenay j in which the bride and groom
indicate.
Several prominent . West
Eootenay mining men were lit
v'indermore last week inspecting
I'veral  mines,  they returned to
lson on Sunday last.
[The outlook at  the Sullivan
|roup of mines,  at Kirabarley,
loks more promising than ever.
A large amount of develop-
tent   work   is now  going on at
ts Nortli  Star,  Midnight  and
eniwindor   mines  situated   on
Inekleberry Hill.
British Columbia Lead
ie  lead  mined in Canada  in
|liii|. 10,000 tons was about twice
■i much as in   1903,  owing no
oubl largely to the encourage-
tent given by tho bounty grant-
Id by the Parliament of Canada
In   LOOS,  of  7r>  cents   per   100
pounds of  lead contents in the
' smelted  in Canada:    There
are held. Mr. and Mrs. Wisnet
will take up their residence in
Wardner and all join in   wishing
them   many
wedded life.
years    of    happy
over I heir faces and green
goggles. No clue has been obtained, the robbers disappearing as silently OS they came.
June 22.—Last night the
Union Hotel. King's Hotel and
Blundell's grocery were entered
and the tills swept clean. There
is apparently no clue to the perpetrators of any of these
robberies. In the case of the
Hotel Pernie the porter was tied
to a chair with towels and aprons,
and at the point of a revolver
ordered to keep quiet.
Reoords of Interest.
The building of  the  Koote
nay Central,   north and   south
through   the    Kootenay   valley
will  also  be  of great  benefit to
Cranbrook.
With increased transportation
facilities for Southeast Kootenay. al! indications point to
greater activity in mining ex
plorations. also large increase in
lumbering, all of which will en
large the commercial and banking interest of Cranbrook.
LOCAL NEWS.
T. M. Roberts, was at Elko
Wednesday on business.
H. C. Baker. Toronto, was in
town Friday.
Mr. and Mrs Win Small, are at
Windermere this week.
Will Rollins, returned Tuesday
from an extended eastern visit.
S. A. M. Foy. Calgary, was in
the city Thursday.
.1. A. Green, Calgarv. was a
Cranbrook visitor on   Thursday.
Thos. Roberts and J Taen-
hauser of Port Steele, were at
Cranbrook   Friday on   business.
Dairy butter in pound bricks
and tubs 25c. Creamery in 281bi
boxes "> cents at G. T.   Rogers.
D. Clark, and .1 Hutcheroft,
Marysville, were in Cranbrook
on business Friday.
D. R. Yates and F. D. Becker.
Bayard  wete in  Cranbrook on
business.
Editor Sinythe of the Moyie
Leader, is at Portland this week-
taking in the fair.
The annual Corpus Christ!
celebration was held at St. Eugene Mission on Thursday.
FERNIE VS. CRANBROOK
Football   at   Cranbrook    An
Exciting Game in Which
Fernie Wins.
Road Superintendent D. Mac
kay   drove   over    from   Steele
Thursday.
Geo. Wilson, Winnipeg) representing Clark Bros it Co. sta
lionet's was in town Thursday.
.1. .1. Me Arthur and J. H.
Smith, Sussex, Nil., were at
Cranbrook Thursday.
R. Uewar. came down from
the Mystery mining claim Thursday. He was at the government offices Friday on  business.
Trying to run a business
without advertising ;s like trying
to run machinery, or burn a lamp
without oil.
Tennis at Cranbrook.
6s   Dickson   ln'iil   lli'iili-,
I'illlilllllll.     Illlllilll     llCBl
Mix* Annul rung sad
».   Hn-.kiiiH unit   Mr.
s a provision when the standard
nice of pig lead in London ex-
Leeds tl'.'. 10s„ per ton of 2,MO|£flft ftndarfcfl0W m
I pounds, the bounty shall be re- j condition for travel,
duced by the amount of such ex I    Professor    Fowler,    a    we
cess.    Practically   all the lead! known  mining expert   of N e>
v„..i.    ..,-.11    „,    „„m„    ,;„,„   ;„   ,v,
The handicap for the Cranbrook Tennis Club is being
played this week and the result.-.,
so far. are as follows:
Ladles Singles Miss Hum boat Mi-s
Wi limit.
Mi-ns Siiiu
Mason boat
t loopor,
Mixed Doubles
Mr. liurd beal M 	
Cook.
Mens Doubles Messrs I'ilililiiiiii mill
Beale boat MossmCoelt nml Nelson
Heard in the Government Offloe.
The government   has authorized the extension of   the Su
Mary's river wagon   road  along I
the north   side  of   St.   Mary's
Lake.
The Wiltl Horse creek wagon
road will receive considerable attention this fall.
The roads and   bridges south
of  Port Steele   have   been   ie
excclk'ii.
The match game of football
Pernio vs. Cranbrook. for a gold
medal was played on Friday
afternoon and allot- an exciting
and very fast game Pernie won
by two goals to Cranbrook one.
How the Game Was Played
At the toss up I'ranbrook won
and kicked off; the ball was
well returned to the centre and
some good passing up by theCran
brook right wingcarried the play-
to the Pernie goal, here the
Fernioites left wing waded in
and carried the ball up field towards the Cranbrook goal; some
pretty passing amongst the
Feruie forwards resulted in the
ball being headed through the
posts in 4j minutes from the
kick up.   Pernie l goal.
This reverse set the Cranbrook
forwards      on      their      metal
and       the        ball       travelled
up and  down   tiuld,   some  good
work by  Canladge on one side
and Scot I and Grimmotid on the
other.     Playing was enlivened
by the referee   penalizing Cranbrook for infringements that did
not meet with favor of the crowd
several kicks Into touch took uj
sometime,   then   some  vigorous
forward  play    by   Cranbrook's
right wing took Ihe ball right up
to  the   Fernie    goal,   but   the
chance   was   lost  by Spiers instrumentality,    for   some   time
the ball traveled up and down
tho field the backs on both sides
hacking   up  the  forward  combination: in this play  the  backs
put in some work on both  sides.
Corners and free kicks occurred
here, the  referee's decision not
finding    favor.     Fernio's    left
wing endangered the Cranbrook
goal but Scott and Griminond
broke Up the combination;  some
short  passing ensued but   tho
backs on both sides were on the
spot (irimmond rush placing the
ball into his right wing who ran
the ball down and centered very
nicely,  the kiel   at  goal being
too high und a good chance was
lost.  A corner to Cranbrook and
the lumber business locally, but
the millmen are very hopeful of
a good summer.
Operations at logging camps
at Sknoknm Chuck, Wolf and
Sheep creeks continue, and a
large number of saw logs have
bei-u put into the Kootenay river.
The big mill of the Crow's
Nest Lumber Co at Wardner
was closed down this week, to
enable the company to put all
their available force at work in
securing the eight million feet
of logs thai are now coining
down the Kootenay.
The mills Ln the vicinity of
Cranbrook are all in active operation, and a considerable
amount of lumber is being
shipped,
THE KOOTENAY CENTRAL
Will Commence Operation Inside
of Ten Days        ' '
produced by British- Columbia I
York will at some time in tb
and
"""   ~"    l~,~~,    „     ,        looming   month   of    July    visi
over sixty     In Southeast gWrtodk  for the   purpose n
Kootenay. exporting several mining claims
~   „,   ~   ;; ion V,rouse mountain.
A Big Deal
ie following locations have
been recorded at the government, office Cranbrook during
the.|iast week.
Arizona, Delttth. Copper Queen
Shamrock, Atlook and Copper
King mineral claims, situated on
(!rouse Mountain, located by
<!eo. H. Poster.
Last Chance located on Fisher
creek by K. I, T. (lalbraith.
Unburn, located two and one-
half miles from Yahk Station,
by R. S. Williams.
Mineral Hill, located by Sadie
Farrull. situated o.i west side of
Lower Moyie.
Have Coke Contract.
It is reported in Kornie, on
excellent authority from Coleman
that the coke ovens and the
mines which supply them arc
both closed down. The reason
given is that a eoutiiiict has been
signed between the Crow's Nost
Coal company and the (Iranby
smelter, by which the former
will supply all the coke that will
!be needed in the smelter for the
next two years.
.1. P, M.   Pinkham.   V.   Hyde,
Baker and superintendent Krick-1 then    Stewart    and    Unshton
son   visited    the    Si     Eugene caused  Bishop some uneasiness
Mission Thursday. |unin  hp K0, jn (,uo ol his kicks
George Rogers, a Slocaiicily
'.onsorial artist was in Cranbrook
this week. He returned to Slo
can Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. lloggarlh drove
over to Steele Monday, They
report having a very pleasant
trip.
and transferred play to center.
More free kicks aroused the
sarcasm of the crowd the
referees' antecedents receivirg
attention. Score Fernio I
Cranbrook I
Deciding lo play another half
The Kootenay Central Railway Company has at last announced its intention regarding
its construction, trading will
commence inside of ten days.
Mr. C. Hungerfor,d Pollen, on
Wednesday, returned from Montreal In conversation with a
represenative of the Prospector.
Mr. Pollen said: All the neces-
:-a"y preparation have now
been completed for the immediate commencement of work on
the Kootenay Central. As soon
as the survey plans are avail
able, which will be inside of two
or three days, contracts will be
let for grading. Work will commence on the liolden end of the
line, and will be pushed as rapidly as possible".
Mr. Pollen stated that tho
road would be constructed by the
Kootenay Central Railway Co.
and that the Canadian Pacific
would have nothing to do with
its construction.    .
Following the Construction of
the Kootenay Central, there will
be a steady increase in the population of the Kootenay valley.
Cranbrook, as well as every
other town in Southeast Kootenay will be benefitted by its construction. New people will
come into the district and general prosperity will be enjoyed by
all. The mining camps will expand and improve in keeping
with the development of mines
and the demands of good times.
meet  Mrs.   McNeil,   and   return
with her to Cranbrook.
was
He
huri-
J. McNeil, left on Fridays l'"»1' pW °r Cornel' was much
train for Rexford where he will ipiieter, but the better combination of the Fernie team served
them in good stead Gordon keep
ing his men well supplied An
unfortunate fracas marred the
peace of the community but
when play was resumed the
Fernie left wing attacked the
Cranbrook goal aud scored the
winning point. Good play but
very (|tiiet ensued from now till
time was 'called leaving Fernie
winners of an excellent game,
hut that they wore the fortunate
ones and in great luck the spectators will testify.
The Line-Up
CltANUUOOK
(ion I
li'iill-lmi'ks.
One of the most important,
mining deals that has taken
place in Southeast, Kootenay
during the last twelve months
will be. closed inside of thirty
days
It is reported that D. C. Corbin has an option on a coal pro]
Railway   Rumbles.
Will Shoot on July 1st.
The Fort Steele. Kitle Association intend holding a  match for
prizes,   on   the    first   of   July. | . imint, to
' There will ho a half dozen A" Indication now point to
prizes, and all the members are unprecedented activity in taii-
requested  to attend.    They are, way construction this siiinmer in
Southeast Kootetnt-y.
The    Spokane    International
erty,. north of Michel, iivwhich the match
teminded that tho annual fee of
*1 00 must, be paitl before they
will Vie allowed to participate in
| railway is now  being  built, and
Win. Curlin, Port Steel
at Perry creek Wednesday
returned to Cranbrook '
day.
A Dance and  Supper will hi
given by the  proprietors of the'
Falls View Hotel at   Marysville,
on   Friday   June   IIP,   to which
everybody is invited.
G. Howell, an old time prospector in this district arrived at
Cranbrook Thursday on his way
to Tracy creek. Mr. Howell is
HI years of age, und last, year.
run a 20 foot tunnel on his property.
Senator A. Page, A. Devlin
and W. J. Langle.y. returned
from  Marysville   Wednesday.
They were very much impressed with the workings of
tho new smelter and pronounce
it equal to anything in the States.
The Nelson Daily News is receiving a number of wireless and
grapevine messages from the
coast saying that a" provincial
election will take place this summer. Editor Doan is now at the
coast making arrangement for a
still further supply of wireless-
softhings.
Ilislin|i
lirinitiiinid
Scott
Woolrid|{c
Stark
Shanklln
Maldwiu
Dink
McLaren
Tiirnlmll
(CNcil
Half-backs
forwards
1-KtiNlK
Thucker
Spiers
CBi'tlouge
NorrlH
Heliilnrson
ti union
Stnliliert
Monroe
.1. Stewert
T. Stewart
Riwhton
In The Logging Camps,
Millmen are hopeful of a good
summer—Active operations Will
soon commence.
There is very little doing in
K. L. McBride of Nelson, was
in town Friday.
James Ryan, moved into his
new residence on Baker Hill
Saturday last.
A. S. Cudihey, Inuesfail Albt.
'was in town on business Thursday.
Oi H. Webster of the Calgary
Oattle Co. Calgary, was a Cranbrook visitor Friday.
Dr. Bishop and ('. R. Judson,
Marysville. ,vere at Cranbrook
Friday on business.
Some fifty Fernieitey attended
the football match on Friday
afternoon.   •
T. U. Cavin, was at Spokane
Jutictioti Monday. Mr. Given
started operations on his new
hotel at that place.
Messrs Chenette k Neil, proprietors of the Falls View Hotel,
will give a dance on Friday June
80th to which they extend an invitation to all their Cranbrook
friends.
Reid & Co's new store on
Baker street is rapidly approaching completion. When
finally completed it will he one
of the largest and finest stores
in the Kootenays.1
P. E. Simpson'editor and manager of the Herald returned to
Cranbrook.Priday. While away
Mr. Simpson was elected Deputy
Grand Master of the B.C. Qt&na
Lodge of the Independent Older,
of Odd Fellows,,, f
b. 29.
tncNiws
»f Agt-COB-
H ii United
nto'.Gompitt.
•Th« coming
if Duke Karl
2oburg and
' the occasion
•Itlea in the
Duke, who ia
rman aorar-
ralar among
i celebration
quite unuau-
on auch oc-
, July 15.—
ncies in the
j first half of
lumbers ,and
«nt of de-
is. Numeri-
tcelyany alien with the
correspond
ast year, but
decrease ap-
liabilities-of
^idered.
tompete.
•An interna-
a to the Ger-
utta   which
through the
ie American
fulchay  and
i  Americana
idy training
ere from the
e high hopes
tod  showing
■man scullers
it succeed in
b under the
aitioa.
f 15.—Every
ass for the
anica' Build-
fifth annual
sition. Tha
unction with
tion of the
lof Eiectri-
be held here
icupy 83,000
ir space and
ige of devices
ag to electric-
of working
is far in ex-
ver before as-
t roof, includ-
ibition of pri-
tallations and
tricity. The
rernment ex-
entire outfit
ing and tele-
ly war relics
d.
outhern Brit-
fly impressed
respondents,
sites de Con-
nember of the
Ats interven-
i dispute be-
UTonwsy.
government
captured an
found flab-
he three-mile
a, aa explo-
theKhondba
«d in the loss
ranch of the
SMM   rOCOiTSH
a the Cariboo
r Mining Co.,
Moved by McConneli; second-1irienas  e-emnd  who wisn nimjRev. J. P. Westinan. ^j   ^^^rtyof Washington,D.C.,
PR0GR188 ITSfTlOWi
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mt& THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C, JUNE 24. 1008.
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Buttled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
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SATURDAY, JUNE '.'4. 1908
LOCAL NEWS.
E,   Patterson,    Minneapolis,
was at Cranbrook Monday.
P. W. Burpe«, Vancouver, was
in the city Monday.
Dave Newell, Fort Steele, was
in town Friday on business.
entrally Located
Electric Lights
Imported and Domestic cigars
al Mlghton & Kelsall's
This is glorious weather for
the fanner, and everybody else
Everything men wear, everything boys wear at Hill & Co.
Government Agent Armstrong
was at Michel Monday on official
business.
Edward Sproule of Marysville
has been appointed to be a
Justice of the Peace.
Lee Mansfield of the North
Star mill, was in town Tuesday
on business.
Harris Bros moved into their
new and commodious quarters
on Armstrong ave, on Monday.
P. E. Ramsey of Vancouver
was doing business at Cranbrook
Tuesday.
The "only" H. O'Connor,
Winnipeg, C.P.R. fire inspector
was at Cranbrook on official
business Monday.
The splendid advertising patronage given the Cranbrook
Prospector proves that times are
good in Cranbrook.
N. Hanson, of Wasa, was In
town Tuesday. Mr. Hanson
says that the new hotel at Wasa
is now completed and open for
business.
Prospectors and Miners will
save time and money by having
their watches repaired at W. F.
Tate   &   Son—practical   watch
makers.
A. W. McVittie, P.L.K. was in
town Tuesday. Mr. McVittie is
al present engaged in surveying
reclamation lands in the vicinity
of Kitchener.
The young men of Cranbrook
have formed an intermediate
Lacrosse team, and intend to
challenge, and wallop Fernie
and other local teams.
The "chicken thief" is again
doing business around Cranbrook
He will surely get a six months
vacation and reside at the government hotel at Nelson, if
caught.
The :S4ih annual communication of the M. W. grand lodge
A. F. and A. M. of British Columbia, opened in the Masonic
Temple in New Westminister
Thursday morning at 10. a. m.
HORSE LOST
liny Mare brand C with s Inside aver
left hip three years old ami broke.
Weight  nhout   12D0 lbs  white star ill
forehead.   Reward, apply to Prospector office or to
SAM CADUIX,
Sheep Creek.
LVf'.>^
furnace
so?
Don't
Shovel
Ashes
Not one make of furnace in twenty is supplied with an
ash-pan.
Without an ash-pan the ashes must he shovelled into
a pail or some other receptacle for removal—means dust
iu the eyes, ruined clothes, extra work ; a dirty disagreeable
job—the meanest part of furnace 'tending.
The Sunshine Furnace has an ash-pan which catches
all the ashes, and slides in and out easily. Has two handles
for carrying.    No shovelling, sweeping or dirt.
This is only one of a dozen good features possessed
by the Sunshine Furnace, none of which are found on
any other furnace.
McCIaryfc
London, Toronto, Montreal, Winnipeg, Vancoonr,
,St.Jok,R.B.     1
bbbbbsb1bSZ^^~ <
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
SMPIE
STRONG
Manitoba Hotel
Under New Management
Headquarters (or mimn»   •?. .
,   ,,  . *   place to stop come to tn<
nen and old timers. ft
When you want  a   good
ice  to
Manitoba
d, a. Mcdonald, manager
We Give You Your Money's Worth
.1. S. Carter, district passenger
agent, returned to Nelson Sat
urday last from a week's trip
along the Crow's Nest line.
T. T. McVittie, Fort Steele,
was at Cranbrook Saturday last.
Mr. McVittie was accompanied
by Mrs. McVittie.
Frequent showers are keeping
vegetation of all kinds growing
rapidly, and Ihe crop prospect
is still everything that could be
desired.
E. 0, Miller, Fort Steole, is
agent for McCormick Harvesting Machinery. Those wanting
mowers, rakes or repairs will be
supplied on application.
Buy it from the boys every
Saturday morning and take it
home with you, The Puospec-
tor. it contains all the district
news.
Mr. Christie, an old time prospector and miner, who has extensive coal and iron properties
in the Priest river district was
u Cranbrook visitor this week.
(I. (I. Jewell, ol .laffray, W.M.
of Fernie Lodge A.F. * A.M., is
at New Westminster this week
attending a convocation of the
Grand Lodge of British
Columbia
Constable Morris captured a
Fernie tilan on Sunday last, who
was wanted in that town for
stealing a uniform. Mr. Morris
left on Monday's train for Fernie
with the prisoner.
J. Hewitt, an employee at the
North Star Mill, Cranbrook, met
with 11 severe accident on Tuesday. He was loading logs, when
one got away and badly crushed
his foot.
Mrs. DeVere Hunt, left on
Fridays train on a visit to Vancouver. Mrs. Hunt will be away
about a month.
NOTICE.
NOTICE li horoby given tliat sixty ilnys
niter iliitu 1 intond tn apply In tiie Chlrf Com
inissioncr ol r.miils unit Wm-ks for permission
in purchase tho following clenortbod luiuis
Hltnaio In Snutiieust Kootenay: commencing at
iiu; northwest corner of Lot No SfHID, Oroupt,
thenuo oust io ohalns, thenco sottUi &) ohslns,
numco oust mi ebitlhs, thence north 10 nhalns,
thenoe west 60 chains, thenco north in ohalns,
thonce west gooltitlns. thenoe south so ohatnsi
thenco east 40 chains, ihenee south in chains
to plnoe oi beginning containing two aoros mow
or loss.
Rosu M. Llnthaeuiu, Lovntor
UuteJ ttil» Wth, day of May 1908. .1!
The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled Bervlce from
Ihe west to the east anil south. Making
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago,
Louisville, Memphis ami New Orleans.
and through these [mints to the fur east
Prospective travelers desiring information as to the lowest rates and best
routes are invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
B. H. Trumbull, Commercial Asrent
142 Third St., Portland, O'^gon.
,1. C. L1NDBEY, T.P. & l'.A.
142 Third St.. Portland. Oregon.
P. B. Thompson, F. & P.A., Boom
1. Column Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
B. C. Strawberries •L
♦ ♦ *
Preserving season is
drawing near.    Leave
your orders   prompt   delivery
guaranteed.
Ml t'.UI.MirKS
Maracaibo Chocolates
I    Choice Confectionery
5"Ha?,etwood Ice Cream"
Hugh Stewart
Phone 75   Armstrong,, Ave
■H"l-l-H-H-H"H-H"l"l"l-H~l--!4
i
L. C0HN
Tailor % Importer of 1
fens.      |
nstrong Ave X
Fine Woolens.      1
Cranbrook, B.C. Amu
****»•»*•*«*••*« «******«*
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is liereliy given tlmt sixty ilitys
aftor (Into I Intend to apply to the. Chief Com
lnlssloner of f.umls anil Works at Victoria for
permission to purchase ine following aosorlbed
lands sltnntetl In Southeiist Kooolenuy ilislrlet
Commencing nt the southeast corner of Lot
No. mil. lironp I. Kootenay tllstrlet. thenee west
80 ohalns, thenee south 80 ohalns, thence east
90 elinlns, thence south 90 ohalns, thenee oust
90 ehiiins. thence north * chains, thence east w
ohalns, thenoe north 80 ohalns to pim-o of beginning Containing IWII neres more or less.
Charles K Llnthai'utn. Locator,
U»lea this STth dsy of May. 1905. St
ftiaii^Mst
NOTICE.
SOUTH  APRfCAS
Waii Ltxn tlBAtrf Ai-i
r Hants or land made to Volunteers, tfcejr
Lr hctn or nssiinis. under authority of this
ai-i are snbjeol to the .-.onrtlilnn that such
liimis shall Imve been selected by the grantees
on or bet -re the nrsi das of .Inly. 1MB. Notice
Is therefore hereby given thut npplieatlons
tor rach lands must bo filed m » Government
Office by that .late.    R      (,REKN
Chief U iniiilnsiouer of Lunils Jk Works.
Lands and Wo ks Department.
Victoria, B.a, 96th MSy.'IMt. M
Your attention is called to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains of the "Mil
wnukee & St Paul Hallway." "The only
perfect trains in the world."
You will find it desirable to ride on
those trains when going to any point In
the Eastern States or Canada. They
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains and  all Ticket   Agents   sell
tickets.
For further information, pamphlets
etc, ask any Ticket Agent or
B. L. FOBD, H. S, ROWE,
Pass. Agent, General Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
SILENT fofjcisftmamiii.smm
Purchase   Price  $3.00 a Month
Allowance Hade For Old Machine
Arnold i Roberts
MINERAL ACT.
IfOBM F.)
OSIITIHOAtS Or IMPHOVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Plying Cloud Mineral Claim.
Sltuato In the Fort Steele Mining Ilivlston
of Knst Kootenay District.
Where located: On Mnrlt Creek one mile
from Kiinlierley.
I'nkc notice that I.Thos, T. McVittie. F..M.C.
No. BtffflO, agoul for .1. C. Drewry, F.M.c.
No. 1186408, ,1ns. Triilnner. P.M.C. No. BSMOT
and J. P. Armstrong offiolnl administrator for
Kellogg eslule Flee Miner's Certlll-
elite No. ur^HI-j. intend, sixty days from the
date hereof, to apply in the Mining Recorder
for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose ot obtaining n Crown u runt of the above
lulin.
Anil further take notice that action, under
section :i", must lie commenced before the Issu-
unee of siteb Certificate ol Improvements.
Dated tills ISth day nf April, A.n. 10C5.
Ill TtlOS.T. MeVITTlH
^S9ti9t^Ni«SSS9S9e9*^si9SSeSg
GLINE
of the old Munitoim Barber Shop
nan innv in- found in the
WATTS' BUILDING
First class Work In nil branches
of Ihe
Tonsorlal Art
»S?t>9S9tS9*iS«3««?9S««?li
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
F.STIMATF.S 1-T11.VIS Hi-It) ON ALL WllUK
JllIlllINIl  l'ltOMl'Tl.Y KXKl'CTKIl.
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
I I.IMK ANP SHINGLES FOR SALE.
Telephone Hi.
D, J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
•H-W-W-W-W-l-W-H-l-H-l-H'
1 TISDflLE'S
Headquarters for
KUKS1I PBUITS
NI'TS and CHOICE   J
CONKKtTIONKltV
Igc Cream and Soft Drinks
Also Tobacco, Pipes
and Cigars
Raker St.    Cranbrook
NOTICE.
Thirty iIhj-h after date I intend to npi'ly to
the Chief Coiu:iiis9ioncr of Liimlsnml Works
for a ItcenHii to cut und nirry away timber
from the following dcHcribcd lands in South
East Kootenay: Commencing at a post planted at the South Kast corner of Lot 18sV, Group
1 thence west IO chains: thence north "JO chains
thence west 10 chains: tlieuce south 80 chains;
thence east 80 chains; thence north iW chains to
place of beginning-
K. M- Fbmwiok.
Located this i'tli day of June, 1WK>.        >:>
CHANBROOK LICENCE DISTRICT ."
A speciftl mectin'j nf the Hoard of
Licence Coimiiissinners, Crnnl)rooU fiicence
nlstrict. will lie held in the Court House
Cranbrook, on Friday June 80th, lOOfi, nt ten
o'clock in tin.' forenoon. t<» consider tiie following applications,
T. D, Cavon, Uoynl Hotel, Spokane Junction.
Win. s. Forsyth, RoyaJ Hotel, Kimberley.
Datod this iBtb June, loon.
T. II. MrMCI-LIX.
22 Chief Licence Inspector.
Three & FiurYur Courses
in Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical and Klectrical
F:ngiaterlng,
Mineralogy and Otology,
Biology and Public Health,
Write for calendar to
The Secretary,
School of Mining,
Kingston, Out
J. M. DEER
Boot-Shoe Maker
All Work Quaraoteed
New Work Mada to Measure
Armstrong Ave.   ffi/S; „„ld
~~THESE~DAYS ;~
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
— OR NONE AT ALL —
The Newest Is Sure to
Be Found at
Prest Photo go.
Studio.
Cranbrook
7% Liveru
GEARY & DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
|aswM*
A. DOYLE, Hanagar
111  1_ T 'flllllj
Moved by McConnell, second-1 irienas  oenma  who wisti mm j Rev. J. P. Westman.
OTUWuaaTTnwiisiisj n wmrwm
,„„   nnfll    The party
ofWashinKton,D.C,     PROaRK88 AT 8T' mm*    C»rruther....o«t.»do ..«3*»
=
o. 29.
HI0N1W8
>f An-Cott-
M in Ualted
ilto'.OomptU.
■The coming
>f Duke Karl
voburg and
i the occasion
'Itiea in the
Duke, who it
rman aorer-
•ular among
i celebration
quite unuau-
on auch oc-
, July 15.—
nciea in the
> first half of
lumbers, and
Hint of de-
is. Numeri-
rcelyany al-
ion with the
! correspond-
ast year, but
decrease ap-
liabilities-of
sidered.
lompete.
•An interna-
n to the Ger-
:atta   which
through  the
ie American
tulchay  and
Americans
idy training
ere from the
b high hopes
•od  showing
■man scullers
It succeed in
is under the
tiffin.
«15.—Every
ibss for the
Sanies' Build-
fifth annual
ssition. The
unction with
Ition of the
i of Electri-
jbe held here
upy 83,000
>r space and
ige of devices
ng to electric-
of working
is far in ex-
ver before as-
iroof, includ-
ibition of pri-
tallations and
tricity. The
rernment ex-
entire outfit
ing and tele-
ly war relics
d.
outhern Brit-
fly impressed
rrespondents.
tiles de Con-
nember of the
.nts interven-
i dispute be-
Norway,
government
captured  an
i found liable three-mile
>s, an explo-
itheKhondha
ted in the loss
1.1
'ranch of tha
i received
n the Cariboo
r Mining Co.,
Mel
Joctoty of ttaj
intoad bok
octal aoslgw
Uwnof Ml
«ka* of Bald th Repairing Is <«'• S
Any natch left *
u, will receive tin- J
Eroful attention. Let's ♦
Ilil-. stuU-IIiiMit. §*
I. H. WILSON. H %
If you need glasses
* save  nothing  by   wait!_
St ' >ur time and experience lire
j at your disposal.
I       I. H. WILSON. OPTICIAN
«♦♦♦♦♦**♦**♦*♦*******
tSIJUU-
SroniAjt
CRANBROOK, 75. C, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1905.
No. 27.
PINT ON CROW LINE
(i:nd Passenger Hits Rook
|de   Jumps Track at
Belleview
iview. June SB.—West-
passenger N<> 8, condue-
A   Correy, running two
liiti'.  ran Into a rock slide
leview at 080 this mom
i engine jump clearoff the
rolling down un embank-
ft i feet Qeorge G rani, the
In, was pinned underneath
imotlve and was badly
k<i by Un' escaping steam.
lineer J.  H. Caslake had a
ill. being thrown through
iii window, yel escaping
■ll injury.
mail unil   baggage curs
ladly wrecked, hul nopas-l 	
l-s   were Injured.    TrafficLf Interest to Those Engaged in
iliiytnl   for about, twelve
the district are situated one or
more sawmills. During the past
winter a large number of loss
have been cut, and millions of
feet of saw logs arc now in the
Kootenay river enroute to Ihe
mills at Wardner. At Cranbrook
the mills are in active operation.
the mills at Wardner will soon
operate with a full force. At
Bayard llie big mill is turning
oul about 75,000 feet daily. Mills
at Moyie will soon be iu opera
tion. At Marysville, Klmberley,
Wasa, Feruie, Bilko and J affray
mills are established. Mills at
Fort Stoelo Junction tiro turning
out considerable quantities of
fine lumber. We have every
confidence that the current year
will largely eXcell in lumber production that of 1904.
DISTRICT MINING NEWS.
\.    June   27.   Fireman
1 Iran!   who was injured
wreck  of  passenger train
yesterday.
the  Development of the
Mining Industry.
hospital
i inquest wil
Weiltiesd
(iter   Beach,
The big hydraulic mines on
Perry and Wild Horse creek are
in active operation, and it is to
be hoped that we will see a
larger yield of placer gold, this
died  at the
this morning,
;be held  at  It)
ly  morning by
The   remainsIyear'  than in the past
FOOTBALL at OiWNBROdK
■ ireman, 0
Ite
care of tho order | Enough ore is iu sight in the
if which | Sullivan group of mines to make
one of the largest producers and
shippers in Southeast Kootenay
The mining outlook in the
St. Mary's river district, this
year, is more favorable; and with
the natural impetus, which it will
receive from the construction of
the Marysville smelter, the future
had passed the point ] surely looks rosy for that por-
the    accident   occurred, I tion of Southeast Kootenay
under the
locomotive
deceased    was a member.
I was sentto-Wolseley, Assn..
ire liis parents reside.
,e jury brou
aanai
lit in a rerdiet,
hie accident, comely exonerating the railway
pany.    From
learned
the
that
•videncc,
a  track-
Bui an hour previous to the
rival of the train, also that the
Be occurred just as the train
ached the place, anu might
[ve been caused by the jar of
e (incoming train.
New Insurance Kate.
Y.  Lawry, tho  inspector
the    Mainland    Board   of
derwritcrs has been  in  town
some days making new  rat-
s for the  town.     It   is  some
,rs  since  the town was rated
insurance and many improve'
■tits have been made during
at time, particularly as to the
ter supply   and   tire lighting
paratus,   so  that  it is  to be
ped that insurance rates will
lomowhat less in  the  future.
Mr.   Lawry  will rate all Ihe
lis in this district and  in  the
mi of Moyie.
The Aurora Mine.
Jpti
Ible
the present time aonsld-
development work   has
■mi done on the Aurora mine,
it-li is located on the west side
Moyie Lake, from now on
live operations will continue
th II  largely  increased force.
learn that Mr. Dick Wilson,
several other well known
pitalists and mining men, of
'ashlngton, have taken hold of
o property and will push de-
'lopments to a shipping basis.
Wedding Bells.
A quiet wedding was solem-
ized at the Methodist Parsonage
in Friday afternoon of last week
vhenUev. .1. P. Westman united
n marriage Mr.Oscar Ermanuel-
■oii of Kimborly, and Miss Clara
Horensen, late of Norway. The
lowly wedded couple will make
their homo in Kimberley.
Lumber Industry,
The lumber industry of Southeast Kootenay should boom this
year.   In almost every  town in
The business men of Cranbrook
are wide awake to the best interest of the mining industry in
the territory tributary to this
towu
Work contin les on the Aurora
which bids fair to be one of the
large mines in the district in the
near future.
The development, of the mineral industry largely depends upon the men engaged in the search
for mineral deposits and ihe do-
velopmen*, of them to a point
at which capital is justified in
taking hold and making them
productive mines.
The present rate of consumption
of copper is considered enoi molts
This fact alone leads to the assumption that copper is at its
level aud much higher prices
may be looked for iu the near
future.
The development of the placer
mines of Soul beast Kootenay will
open richer diggings than have
yet been discovered.
Many inquires have lately been
received at Cranbrook iu relation
to the big iron deposits ou Baker
mountain and Bull river.
In many ways the mining industry of Southeast Kootenay
during the past year has shown
Vitality and displayed great progress and promise; the outlook
for 1905 is exceedingly bright.
It is astonishing what mineral
surprises are in store for the investor, promoter and capitalists
throughout Southeast Kootenay.
Influx of Farmers.
Quito a number of fanners are
expected to take up lands in this
district during the current year.
Since Jan. 1st, fivo families have
arrived in the St. Mary's valley
from the State of Washington,
and are now settled on good
farms in that section. The
farming lands tributary to
Cranbrook are as good ainl as
easily cleared as any lands in
Southeast Kootenay.
The Brason Closed Wifi a Banquet a.id Smoking Uojcevt, and
Presentation of Cup and Medals
to the Victors.
The football season which
closed last v.e ilt, lias boon sue-
cessful    from   ail   standpoints,
The games as conducted this
year mark a new era in sports
at   Cranbrook.     Hitherto    the
playing of out of town games
and two or three at home, under
the arrangements recently carried out,  of four clubs formed,
with separate honorary and executive officers, neatly uniformed
played weekly homo games during  the season,   lasting   three
months, in which time three out
of   town   games   were   played.
The end of the season brought
out close and  exciting contests,
in which the   Town team and
C.P.R.  Shops came out victors
in lirst and second place  respectively.   The season   wound up
with a game with   the Fernie
team  in  which  Ihe Fernie boys
were victors.   The same evening a banquet  was given in the
Cranbrook  Hotel,   at  which  60
guests were seated.    On Monday
evening a smoking concert was
given  in  the Wentworth  Hall,
on which occasion the cup and
medals were   presented to the
members of the Town team and
C. P. R. Shops.   The programs
provided was first class and fully
enjoyed by those in attendance.
At the close of the smoking concert, the  association  passed out
of existence,   but  the coming of
the fall season  will be eagerly
awaited  by  the chasers of the
"pigskin" who  anticipate  still
greater   excitement,    and even
more closely fought contests,now
that so many  fast  players have
been procured,  and  the important    matter    of    organization
mastered.
LOCAL NEWS.
Harry   Drew,    of   Kimberley
was in town Friday on business.
Win. Carlln, Fort Steele, was
iu Cranbrook Friday on business.
F. C. Malpas was at Fernie on
Saturday last.
All the store:
Saturday.
will  bo closed
Have Newell, drove over from
Steele Friday, on business.
James Laidlaw, P.L.S. left on
Friday's train on a business trip
to Victoria.
Win. Miller, Winnipeg, was
doing business at Cranbrook,
Marysville and Kimberley this
week.
Some forty Cranbrook people
will witness the Nelson vs Cranbrook lacrosse game at Nelson
today.
The baseball game played on
Thursday evening, Printers vs
Barbers, resulted in a victory for
the Printers.
Beattie & Atchison improved
the appearance of their big
store, this week, by putting in
several showcases.
These are the days when the
small boy don't have to play
truant   when   he wants to go
tishinj;.
Mrs. A. B. Grace and her
grandaughter. drove over from
Steele Thursday, and for the
future will reside at Cranbrook.
missioners for Cranbrook riding
was held at the court house in
Cranbrook Friday, to act on the
applications of T. Caven for a
license at Spokane Junction and
Win. Forsyth at Kimberley.
Dr. Bell went to Nelson Fri-
day with the Lacrosse Club.
E. A. Hill, Moyie, wasa Cranbrook visitor on Friday.
A.Erickson was at Nelson today in attendance at tho lacrosse
game.
Inspector T. H. McMullen was
in town Friday on official business.
Wm. Forsyth came down from
Kimberley Friday to attend a
meeting of the License Board.
F. W'. Godfrey, Victoria, was
a guest at the Cosmopolitan
Thursday.
Miss Bown, of Brantford Ont.
was a Cranbrook visitor Thursday, going out on the stage
Friday to Windermere.
C. Hungerford Pollen, president of the Kootenay Central
Railway Co. was at Victoria this
week on railway business
Correction—the local item on
page 8 refering to Mr. Leask an
old time resident of Cranbook,
should read, Geo. E. Leask, and
not T. Leask.
L. B. VanDecur who has been
ill for several weeks is now able
to be out. Mr. VanDecar will
take a trip to tho coast in about
two weeks.
Clarence Hickinbothom, the
boy who had his hand mutilated
by the explosion of a giant powder cap is getting along nicely
under the care of Dr. J. H. King.
The public school concert
given last Friday evening at
Wentworth Hall was a fine exhibition and reflects great credit
to those who had charge of the
same.
E. C. Smith, ex M. P. P. was
down from his St. Mary's river
ranch on Thursday. Mr. Smith
says that the crops are looking
fine in that section.
The Cranbrook Base Ball Club
are making preparatory arrange
ments to have a match game of
ball with Nelson,  at Cranbrook'
on Thursday Julytith.
Tate and Son, Jewelers, installed a big new fire and burglar proof safe on Wednesday, it
weighs in the neighborhood of
4,000 pounds, and was made expressly for Tate and Son by the
Hall Safe Co.
.1. G. McCallum, met with an
accident on Thursday morning,
an axe fell from the counter
striking his foot, cutting it badly. Mr. McCallum will be confined to his residence for a few
days.
A. E. Corbet t and L. C. Cor
bott, prominent mining men of
Spokane, who have been looking
over some Windermere properties during the past week, came
in on the stage Thursday from
Wilmer.
The Sherman Piatt Stock Co.
will open a week's engagement
at Wentworth Hall on Monday
next. The aggregation of "stars"
consist of Mr. Stevenson, Miss
Helen Warde, Georgie Francis,
Ivy Lyons, Clara Cornyn, Sydney Pratt, J. J. Kennedy. Theo.
.loos, A. T. Frisby, Geo Raynes,
and other well known artists.
The following repertoire will be
presented in Cranbrook "The
Lost Paradise" "Sherlock
Homes" "When we were twenty
one" "Too Much Johnson" and
other well known comedies.
ST. EUGENE STOCKS
The Gooderham Interests Go to
the C-P-R-Its Effeot on
Looal Mine.
The fact that the Canadian
Pacific Railway Co. has taken
over the Gooderham interests in
the War Eagle, Center Star and
St. Eugene mines has caused
considerable talk among local
holders of St. Eugene stock.
While some think that the C.P.
R. will play into the hands of
tho Trail smelter to the disadvantage of shareholders, others
say that getting the C.P.R. into
these properties will be a good
thing all around. Another point
that is much talked about is the
consolidation of these three
mines. The question is asked
"How much will the new company be capitalized for?" and
what proportion will the St.
Eugene hold as to the other two.
The fact at present is that while
Center Star and War Eagle
stocks are going up, St. Eugene
has been going down. Are the
Center Star and War Eagle being
"boosted" on account of the
merits of the St Eugene?
BOND THE AURORA
1st Homo, B. Black; Outside S.
F. Pallote: Inside S. R. Clothier;
Manager D. J. McSweyne.
Nelson team will play Ross-
land on Friday, and on Saturday
will play the strongest team they
can select to play Cranbrook.
There is no doubt but that the
Cranbrook Nelson game will be
a fast one, and we hope to see
Cranbrook win.
Some forty to fifty Cranbrook-
ites will be in attendance to cheer
the boys on to victory.
The thanks of the Lacrosse
team and their many friends are
due to Reid & Co., who generously permitted messrs Staples
and Graham to go to Nelson to
pk«y.     	
ANNOUNCEMENT
We have been instructed by
the Merchants, to announce
that the business houses of
Cranbrook will be closed on
Saturday, July 1st, and remain
closed during the day and
evening.
PRICE OF LEAD
Important Deal in East Kootenay
-Capital in Plenty.
That a deal has been made for
the sale of the Aurora and that
development work will be started
within So days comes as agreeable news, not only to the people
of Moyie, but to those of the entire district, says the Leader.
The papers of the deal were
signed in Portland Wednesday
and are now in effect. Waller
McKay and Richard Wilson, two
of the city's wealthiest men,
have taken an 18 months' option
on the property. The deal is in
the nature of a working bond,
aud it is understood that no
money will be paid until the \K
months are up. The owners are
reluctant about stating the price
which they received, but the
Leader takes a chance on putting
the figure rt $00,000. John Sullivan of Portland will be manager
of the property.
The Aurora ground lies immediately across the lake from the
town of Moyie, and is the property of Thomas Rader, O. J.
Johnson and captain I. C. San-
burn. It was located in IHH4 and
considerable development work,
perhaps $7000 or $8000, has
been done on the claims. There
are several other promising properties adjoining the Aurora,
which no doubt will be taken up
and developed now that there is
more encouragement for their
owners.
James Hislou, mining recorder
for tho Fort Steele mining division lias resigned. It is said
that N. A. WalUnirer will be appointed to fill the position.
The  Board of License Corn-
Lead Product for 1905 Will Total
27,000 Tons—Bounty Earned
is Large.
The price of lead on the London market on Tuesday was £13,
3s, 9d, and was equalled only
once, early in the winter. It
has not been exceeded for
several years.
An estimate made by G. O.
Buchanan, commissioner of the
lead bounty, last evening, places
the amount paid for tho year at
about $325,000. The amount
treated locally will bo about
lti.OOO tons, at $15 a ton bounty,
earning 1240,000. The amount
exported for treatment is 11,000
tous which is bonussed to the
extent of $10 a ton. These sums
added give 1350,000. But for a
part of the time the London
price of lead has been above i'12
10s. the highest price at which
the full bounty is paid. Mr.
Buchanan estimates that the
reduction of the bounty for that
reason will amount lo »25.O00,
leaving $838,000 actually paid.
For the 11 months of the fiscal
year 1904-5, ending May 31st,
Mr. Buchanan said the total lead
product of Kootenay is L'5,000
tons. As 20Q0 tons more will be
27,000; The dominion government was prepared to pay the
bounty on 88,838 tons. Consequently $95,000 that might have
been earned has been lost.
Sullivan Mine.
There is considerable mining
activity at the Sullivan mine.
Some forty men are employed,
and the daily output is about 140
tons. The grade of the ore
mined is good, and of sufficient,
value to warrant the expenditure
of erecting smelting works at
Marysville.
Among the natural resources
of wealth in Southeast Kootenay
and one which with the construction of the Kootenay Central railway, will yearly become
more valuable are the vast areas
of timber found in the northern
portion of the Kootonay valley.
Lacrosse at Nelson.
The Cranbrook Lacrosse team
left on Friday's westbound train
for Nelson, where they will play
Nelson on Saturday July 1st.
The line up of the team will
be as follows:—Goal, C. Mana-
han: Point, W Miller; C. P. J.
Bathie; 1st Defence, J. Staples;
2nd Defence, K. A. MacArthur;
3rd Defence, H. Porters; Center,
C. Graham; 3rd Home, P.
Carruthers; 2nd Home, R. Tate;
On the K.C.R. Line.
It is well known that in the
main range of the Rockies, in
this district and Windermere
miniug division there are large
deposits of zinc ores associated
with silver and lead values. At
present these ores are absolutely
valueless and the only thing
that will bring them to a market
is the construction of the Kootenay Central Railway.
The Strawberry Festival and
Apron Sale given by the Presbyterian Ladies Aid Society, at
Wentworth Hall on Thursday
evening was a grand success.
Mesdames Leitch and Breraner
are entitled to much credit in
regards to details and management of the festival, which netted the munificent sum of $97.00.
The Misses Blaikie of Winni-
rg, have been the guest of W.
Atchison this week. On
Thursday, the Misses BUiik e
accompanied Mr. Atchison to
Wild Horse creek, visiting the
placer mines and other points
of interest on the historic old
creek.
lo. 29.
BI0NIW8
of Age-Corn-
is United
r.tolComprte.
■
Moved by McConnell, second-1 tnenas oeninti  who wish mm |Rev. J. P. Westman.
.    . .       ... n     1 1 I   »   '    *i     _ .  '*#„       /*(
.nil   Thepartyof Washington,D.C., I
PROGRESS AT ST. EUGENE
ittviunnnimu ni*
Iraauauau. -ttxbi uuure
Carruthers.. .outside Oow
-The coming
it Dnke Karl
doburg and
i the occasion
r-ities in the
Duke, who is
irman sover-
mlar among
I celebration
quite unuau-
i on such oc-
, July 15.—
mcies in the
i first half of
lumbers ,and
rant of de-
is. Numeri-
rcely any al-
ion with the
correspond-
ast year, but
decrease ap-
liabilities-of
sidered.
lompete.
-An interna-
n to the Ger-
•atta which
through the
ie American
iulchay  and
Americans
ady training
lere from the
e high hopes
>od showing
>man scullers
It succeed in
under the
lition.
• 15.—Every
ess for the
hanics'Build-
fifth annual
feition. The
(unction with
•tion of the
mof Electri-
be held here
ecupy 83,000
>r space and
lge of devices
ag to electric-
of working
is far in ex-
ver before as-
i roof, includ-
ibition of pri-
tallations and
tricity. The
rernment ex-
, entire outfit
Ing and tele-
ty war relics
d.
outhern Brit-
ily impressed
respondents,
•lies de Con-
nember of the
■nts interven-
n dispute he-
Norway,
government
captured an
. found fish*
ie three-mile
>s, an explc-
theKhondba
ted in the lota
ranch of the
hae received
nth* Cariboo
r Mining Co.,
total.
kxsiety «f tho
intend hofal
ocUl and gar-
lawn of Mr,
murariane of Bator
Hill on Wednesday eveaiag ol IVll,      V     li
.\.>A>UIH'I\     i>   U,   Jl  UI    1.   LWC
NEW
GLASSWARE
We are  just  opening up a consignment of glassware
ii| ped direct from Belgium, consisting oi
sstabusiuco hm number of promising prospects|M»
A. Q. Grace, situated in the Selkirks, and injiw
iM.'in.isiiKi;  a.\i»  KniTOH
1 CRANBROOK
<?he |U\io;uTtiu*
.■iATUItDAV. Jl'l.Y I. l'«-V
the maiu rungc ol  ihe Rockies, Irm .rjr     , !/">rpPT
all of which will be of  great Iffi fy*    M ( 1      ■■* \      ^
benefit  lo ihe commercial   and ?)w ' J ~-'   '  i-JJ-J    S:r
business    centre   ol    ilm   dis   Kk
»>'«' Cranbrook :|| Guests Comfort a Specialty   Good Stabling in Connectle I
F'ROM a scenicpoinl of view
there is no luot'c all rnc-
live country than  the mountain
A B:g Contract
On  Tucsdnv  ihe Crow's Nesl
Water Sets        Lemonade Sets
Fruit Howls and Saucers
Table Sets region in Ihe vicinity of Crnn-  °ul ''"   l"'-a"  ""'  1"i"1'"" °f W
brook.   The time is not far .iis>PBnl   N'"'!l"'''"   ™«™V   ''•"'- ll"
N'lMiresI In railroad di'|inl      Has ncCOIIlliK)
daliotis   I'm    tho   public   unfunded   in
i irauhroolc,
■ . ,   -i|  with 2,00.) tons of enal from the «
pleasure resort which will atlracl N" " seam al ,'"'i "v"1'    Thislllfl
vi .<'...  i       t,   ,i l .t *..,« I       r'mm  li»Ji"rt«*    :':">    "'«    mountain shipment or coal is to be trans-
Vinegar Cruets    Tnnklet Stands    (.ream Ju8sjcllmhep lim, lravo,|ers win i„. ported to Seattle and delivered
on board the steamer Dakota for
strongly in evidence in the near
flit IIIX'
HOGGARTH & ROLLINS
Hot and Cold Baths Proprietors!
J^^^^^^^ss
•        a        •
G. T. ROGERS.
FANCY and STAPLE GROCERIES and CROCK
Cranbrook, B. C.
JE INSURE YOU-
use mi her trip to the I Irieni
Should tin.   shipraeni   of coal $*$$#####<N^4HH###^f####0fy
When a 00 mile flyer runs into prove satisfactory a controcl i'1"  9
an o|i.-n  switch It Ismorethan a permanent supply will  been   9
guesswork as to the result    .\ tared into, which will be followed 9
180 mile flyer is fast enough for by the erection of large bunkers 5        . , ,     -, i
5Y. anopenswitch atSeattlo.   It is probable that *   ,. Against  Oil)'  Accident  and any kind of
... the useofFernle coal will extend 9 Sickness absolutely no restrictions giving)
Now that tho days ore shorten   lo many other stea rs plying 9 ymi $10 a week ill case of either for
Ing up. the sun may have a in ,',,:iM waters and place the 9
chance lo occassionally make its Crow's Nesl collierias in active 9
daily rounds without having to competition with the coast mines. \9 ~<— "    ~w    J w«r« k.
carry an umbrella =a= r 9. Payable on Terms to Suit Vuti 1
How's This? * Th- II
$20 a year
The I'zir
getting  mighty
9 The
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WW   ,- .i       , F.J. CHENEY* ni.. Tiilriln.n.    ♦
^   nun was at bam). VYe the umJoral^ncd have known K.  I
J. C'lienuy im- Un- lust 15 years, and j x
IxOleve him perfootly honorable in all  Ijr
9 I
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*k             Biuj in- a guuu urn-      iim ui.i.i >«• >-.i.i-iiii iii ui.iu-    ^ ... j. ciH'ii.-y for tin- last 15 yours, and  X
K\J? ing your exposures bul   if  you  do  not  use u good    NM/       ,  .,...-, ,,, ,,, ,,.„i., .   „  „   believe him perfootly honorable in iilijtBr
A ."  i -ii   i       i- '       ■   .   i        -,i <f\'/> iUOilg..t is a   good  uusli  ti-atwacUons and  flnonoiall}  A
/m developer  you   will   be   disappointed    with    your    ^ thing to possess, nrovided the «M6 to carry out any obligations made Z
X pictures      AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT try our         .m-. „„„;,„.„,. i-„..«--. «i, ,. -.,, i «-i,.,-. ''•' M*f,rw-                                     9
ms '                                                                                      WW engineer Knows n lien and w here        Iyaldixg. Kx.v.va.v a Marvin     a
"yP1                                                                                                       X to use the throtfle. Wholesale DrukifUts, Toledo, O., T
m\                                                                                ■                   NK .  .   , ""!!'■ l-atarrh Cure Is takon Inter-  fr
KW                                                                                                           W imll.v. acting ilin-i'ilv  upon the blood IA
/tits. READY   TO   TSE t\fl/j     The favorite flowers with girls »nd  "" '"• s'"'f» ' ""- system. 3T
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HEADY   TO
TSE
I'. -Vl'lo|»'l
for I'i.i-.- mi
Flim*.    D,-
'■ ilopcr fur
Velox   &    I
ekko print.-.
Ai'iil tixiiiL'
hath (or both
Combined
Toning imtli
for Solliii.
We know these are good because they have been
tiii'il ami
Proved  to  be   Good
Von can get them only at
C. E. REID & CO.,
Phone  74, rj^g   DmggiStS.
CRANBROOK,   B.C. M
Wholesale
AND
Of Toronto f
TV> T T Tn
Hall's i iitiii'i-li Cure Is takon Inter-  9
Dally, acting diroctly upon the lilmul
The favorite flowers with girls !"",,mi ,a surface ni the svstei
,-,      ,       . ,      ,. rostlmonlalsaunt fi    Price "ocents!w /- i ■     ■> <-
in Iran brook,   are the forgel    ,„-,- i„„,i,..  sold by all Druirjrists.       J Cranbrook, B.C. .......  ....,...„.,,,
me not and thedouble-two-lins.     ,Tak,e ":l11'' Famllj   Pills for eon-  IA A j, m ,fc ^ — 4...^..^^..^^^.^ '*|
"HUTCH"
General Agent for j|
luist Kootenay.!
i
J
The Illinois Central
A. Mellor d~'-
in
General Merchandise
fl.
General Outfitter
Marysville,  B.C.
AS
Jl
A. C. BOWNESS
AGENT   FOR
Calgary Deer, Ale & Porter.
T. KEBEL A CO.. Hay anil Grain.
Cranbrook, B.C.
• • •
For the benefit  of certain old
bachelors of thi> town who have
said that women are geese, wo
beg to say that there is no com-     Maintains unexcelled  sen-Ire   from
parison of tho two,   When all ""'VV,M'" theeasl i""1 *outh. Making
,i,„   r „.|, i ,.   ,     ,,. close ''"in tions   with  trains  nf all
■ the {earners  are  picked   ou a , .-       , ,.
1 transcontinental lines, passougers are
goose it is said to be dressed, bin giventheirel f routes to Chicago        ATTENTION   PROSPECTORS   WD   MINERS    It Scot
a woman does not consider her-  LoufsyUie Memphis and No* Orleans, necessary  to froighl  your s lies twenty n s whenwi
selfdressed without being togged and through th points to tin- fur east I........ i..lsll .),,. p,„,     „. .,        , .     '      ...,r , ,,.,'
i        ,      • i.,.,,. ,(.,.,,..,,   i  ;.,.   i ,     purcnaae mo same goous, at the same price, a   MELLOKS,
out in all tin'   feathers   thai   can        rospoi.tlietraielersdesiring itifor- '
be Hacked on her "nation as io the lowest rutcs and hest Miners going to all points, via St. Marys river will find It r large n   -
" routes are Invited to uorreapondonco """l convenience to procure supplies from
with the following representatives,
Everybody    loves the    truth,    B. H. Trumbuu., Commercial Agenl
; hut few know it and none adhere u- Third St., Portland, Oregon,
strictly to it, .■'■'■ ^'^v, T. P. & i'..\.
.   .   . >•»- t'hird St., Portland, Oregon |»*9WS9S9«^^»^^«**»~^<^^»<««<»«^«a«stf9e9SS«S8J8»SS<»SS
,., i     ii  i P-H. Thompson, P. & P.A., Itoom 1 / 1
Every young ma  shoud  bve ,  ,,     ,,,,     ...   ,,..».
•  -       • i ,.in,an Bidg.. Seattle, \\otli
and cherish his sister,  ami if ho	
has  no  sister    should   borrow
some ono else's.
• • •
It issi'liliuii  if ever you see a
self made  man     He  may   hfJVG
started  the  job,  bul  ho never
finished it.
• •  .
Youi'iin'i nl ways judge n man's
piety by bis pan Is being oul at
the knees.     He   may   lie a   crap   "•   F*«  OURD
shoolor.
~\l  F^LS VIEW HOTEL |
Professional
5» CHENETTE & NEAL. Proprietors
HARVEY & McCARTER       J
>| 3*   Marysville.   B.C.  *. ■<
MAKICISTKHS AN!. SOLICITORS \ Tlie    |a,.geS|    ;„„!    boSl   Oqulp]   hotel 111 the Si    Marjl'   /
COMMODIOUS SAMPLE ROOMS, /
Kr
;| The
\   valley.
i 'ItA.S'illtOOK,
IU'
Sk
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: ^riruiif nrtf if in i it iiiiiriniiriif ir^
iTne Best is tne cneapest^
&k McClary's
V^   Famous RANGES
mm-
Arc the liesl lo in- had,   Quality unexi  lied, ami
prices right.  A I.AI.'CI. SHIPMENT JUST AHHIVBD
Patmore Bros.
^pPlumbing. Roofing, Heating and Ventilating Engineers _
I P. Burns & Co. I
SZ Head Offlue.
C Cslgary. Albertn.
Main Office for East Kootunny. ^3
Cranbrook, BC 3
3
_ 3
B 3
£ 3
g Wholesale and Retail a
1 Meat Merchafits I
B -3
B ""
£ Dealers in
B    Live Stock at Calgary. Alberta.   3
Abattoir und Cold Storage2|
at Calgary. Alberta.   3
Cosy and
Comfortable Rooms
This town  is   noted  for the
pretties!  girls   Oil   eat'lli.     They
aro the roses of hiiniauity, bul Gl'ailbrook
every   ruse,   you   know,   lias its
Barrister
Solicitor. Etc.
British Columbia
Heacltfuarlers for J
Mining Men
Royal Hotel
thorns.
• •   •
ll Isn't necessary for n man
to be an aiTiiimi io tumble to
ihe fuel  thai advertising pays
ill this paper.
• •    t
There Is every  reason tube
lleve that considerable  mining
properly will change bands dur- !
iug the present season,  in fnot|t;t,«lnt»rook, B.C.
several deals of importance are
contemplated.   These   deals   if
consummated, will bring a large
amount of money Into Cranbrook
and add greatly to the importance  of  Southeast    Kootenay
us a mining district.
C. H. DUNBAR
BAtiniSTKU. Siii.HTrnl;
iiml .\(>T.IKY  I'llil.lc.
Criiubrook, It •'.
(j. H. Thompson
Marysville, B.C.
FRANK ANGERE. Manager
Transportation.
The proper facilities of transportation often, it may be said.
in nearly every instance, make
successful mining possible, and
without which many losses are
incurred which under favorable
circumstances would be turned
to profit. It enters into tho
question of successfully operating more mines than any one
cause, for it enters largely Into
all of them, The building of the
Spokane &    International,   und
i^i*   IIAHItlSTKU * 81 il.n iii 111
. ^f  niit.uiy criu.ir
OFFICE   l.EASK   BUILDING
THOMAS   Me V ITT IK
P.L.S.  ctf C.E.
Fort Steele B.C.
The abovo hotel has been recently created, and neatly fiu'iiis'
Oil   throughout,       The    Hue   |g   supplied    with    the    liesl   liUllil-1
Liquors and Cigars
9
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HOTEL I
DR, E, W. CONNOLLY
Physician ami surgeon
oi'l-'ICK ARMSTRONG AVR,
HOURS!    II to II it.lii.   '2 tn li p.in.
7 toS p.m.
Phono Oflluo 106    ttoBldonuo loo
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P. E.  KING
at-:   DENTIST
<n rn-i-: Hocks:   u to I:' ,i.in
I tO II |l.ni.
7 to 8 ji.m.
1 u'kick and Residence
Armstrong Ave    Cranbrook
9
9
9
Kimberley,   B. C.
J   H. W. DREW. Proprietor.
*
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9
9
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Post Office
Store
the largest .General Store in Marysville, where miners
can be supplied with anything they want at all times at
Crartbroolt prices.
Groceries,   Hardware,
Clothing,   Stationery
E. J. CLAYTON
/ THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. C, JULY 1. 1905.
IT  FORGET
1
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E. H. SMALL, Manager
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ROYAL
HOTEL    *
IIK OLD RELIABLE NEVER CHANGED HANDS
rAN   always   on   hand    to
Lcome guests.
L. B. VanDeear, Prop.
The best and safest way
to keep Baby's skin
healthy is to use only
BABY'S  OWN
SOAP
Pure,   Diiinly,   Delicate.
Beware ol Imitations.
»UHT TOUT SMf CO , Nfri. tHTHU.
®lje gfrtt&pectov.
SATURDAY. -H'l.V i. 1908
. H. SHORT & CO, |
A
ARMSTRONG  AVENUE
Newest
Di
aoers
#**
Over .pi'i Different Patterns to Select From
Painting, Decorating
and Sign Work
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LOCAL NEWS.
R.  Mae.lcorruii.  Toronto,   was
iu town Monday.
ChasBurt, Nelson, was a Cranbrook visitor this week.
AV. A. Allen.   Vancouver,  was
in town Monday.
A. W. McVittie,   was in town
Monday.
E. J. Roddy, Montreal, was in
town Tuesday.
Dr. R, PoUingcr, Victoria, was
in the city Tuesday.
(I.  Dennlson,    Moyie,  was a
Cranbrook visitor on Tuesday.
.). P.  Pringle,  Ryan,  was in
Cranbrook on business Monday.
Beale and Elwell ureuoweom-
I fortiibly locali d In their uew
I quarters on the corner of i_'ran-
; brook ave. and Baker streot,
I lately occupied by the Imperial
Bank
Mrs. a. B. Grace's new cottage
on Cr an brook avenue is tinisjiod,
i and  is one of the  nnalest aud
| niost comfortable homes in Cranbrook and reflects credit ■ on the
contractor Mr Jauies Greer.
Al Mutz, manager of the Fort
Steele Brewing Co, Pernie, was
iu town Tuesday; in the after
noon he drove over to Steele
and Wasa, returning on Wednesday.
Pal more Bros sole agents  for
! McClary'8  famous   stoves    and
ranges, a large shipment  just
arrived.   Quality unexcelled and
nices ri<:lit.
There is a general strengthening all around in mining stocks,
and Beale A Elwell look for an
advance shottly In St. Eugene,
Sullivan. International Coal and
Coke, and Western Oil & Coal.
See them and secure lowest
quotations.
You will have to come quick,
if you get the best plate rail and
room moulding in town at cost
Prest Photo Co.
T. Leask. an old time resident
of Cranbrook who has beeu residing at Spokane for some time
returned to Cranbrook this week.
Mr. Leask says that Cranbrook
looks good to him.
Ranges, ranges, ranges. We
have a complete line of Mc
Clary's famous ranges, the best
to be had.
Its up stairs, but it is worth
while coming up to see the new
pictures at Prests Studio.
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P.O. BOX IIU PHONE 111
D. J. Elmer. J, H. Hawkes
and .1. J, Murphy, of Moyie were
in town Monday.
L. Colin, will take your orders for a new suit, and will
guarantee a perfect tit.
H, M, Burrow, and John Cham-
niiiig. of Port Steele were at
Cranbrook Tuesday on business.
R.Bedliiigton, Vancouver, was
doing business at Cranbrook
Tuesday.
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ORT STE
IE
BREWING CO., LTD.
FERNIE, B.C.
{MANUFACTURERS and BREWERS of EXTRA PINE
BEER | PORTER
SOLD BY THE BARREL, KEG OR BOTTLED
Bottled beer for family
use a specialty
Outside   Orders
GIVEN STRICT AND PROMPT ATTENTION
SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
J P. O. BOX 812      L
7j     TELEPHONE NO. I     P
Port  Steele Brewing Co., Ltdt
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|ntrally Located Electric Lights
Manitoba Hotel
Win. Miller. Winnipeg, was
registered at the I'ranbrook
Tuesday.
As the advertising twig is
bent, so the advertising tree will
be inclined.
. Kleshman, Vancouver, was
'a guest al the Cranbrook Monday.
It is to be hoped that lilOa will
I j be the banner  year in mining ill
the Cranbrook districl.
Govi rinneiit agent Armstrong
! was at Moyie Tuesday holding a
stnail debts court,
Araold & Roberts moved into
their comfortable new quarters
on Baker street ou Tuesday.
Jaines Nell of the Palls View
0tel   Marysville,   was  a Cranbrook visitor Tuesday.
Eddie Staples, Marysville,
was a Cranbrook visitor during
the week.
J. Edgar Davis
m   Bricklayer  A
'""•Contractor  *
Furnace, Boiler, Range and
Fireplace Work a Specialty. All
description of stone-work undertaken.
Orders left at J. D. McBRIDtS
Will Receive Prompt Attention.
Sunshine
fiirna
DOUBLE
FEED-DOORS &
Just about the meanest
thing- a furnace can have
is a dinky little door.
Ever have one? Hit the edge
as often as the hole? One has
to be an expert stoker to shovel
COftl into some furnaces. If
you re not an expert you'll get
as much on the floor as in the
furnace.
The Sunshine furnace is
equipped with a goodt big door.
You can put your shovel in and drop the coal just where it is
wanted—no trouble, no taking aim, no missing, no scattering, or
annoyance.
Everything about  the Sunshine  furnace   is on the tame  scale
of thoughtfulness.
Sold by all enterprising dealers.   Write for booklet
MFCIaryfc
LONDON, TORONTO. MONTREAL. WINNMG. VANCOUVER, ST. JOHN, N. B.
v.■:^':^^".■^■|J■■'!i!■^a^■l)^?.^^^l^H■^.■."^.',^.'|.'...^l.'.l.ll|ll.'.'ll| m:..<ji>.'."m
ii inn ii   11 I, iniiiii ti i i'iiim aaamgam» ■*- ■-,-■
Patmore Bros Sole Agents
SMPIE
STRONG
i
Under New Management
1 leadqimrtei's lor minint.
hiii and bid timers.
-,, When you want a ^nod
* place to stop cunie to the
''•    Manitoba.
d. a. Mcdonald, manager
Fe Give You Your Money's Worth
NOTICE. NOTICE.
NOTICE is bcroliy given that sixty iluys
Iftsr ante t Intend to apply to the Chief Com-     NOTICE Is Hereby given that sixty  days
pIsRlouor of LatuU and Works (or permission   nftcr dato I Intend to apply to the chief Com-
'> puxcbaKO tin- following   doaorlbod lands  mlHslonor of Lands and Works at Victoria for
Ittiato in South oust Kootonay; coinmouctngat   permission to purchase the following dssorlbeQ
Ihe Dortliwoat cornor of \M Kn3D00.Oroup 1.  lands eltuatcd In Soutboaat ECoootonay district
(tiienen oast in chains, thonco south 8') chains,     Commencing at the southonsi corner of Lot
lb once past GO chains, thenco north 10 chains,   No. B40,aroup I, Kootonay district, tbencowesl
Ihunco west, 00 chains, thoncc north io cbatns,  80 chains, thenco south 80 chains, ibonce east
■thenee west 80 chains, tboneo south iW chains.  80 chains, thenee south 80 chains, theme east
liheiM' oust in chains, thenee south iu chains ' 80 chains, thenco north 80 chains, thcitcboBsi -to
|to place of beginning containing BOO acres morn I chains, tuonoo north 80 chains to placo ol 00
Kiiiiiiii« containing 080 aeros more i>r less.
Rosa M Ltnthsoum, Locator diaries k Llnthacbm,  Locator
[ Dated thii 8Tth, liny of June W5 87 Dated this'47th day of May. 1W5. 88
The Illinois Central
Maintains unexcelled service from
the west to the east und south. Milking;
close connections with trains of all
transcontinental lines, passengers are
given their choice of routes to Chicago.
Louisville. Memphis and New Orleans,
and through these points to the far oust
Prospective travelers desiring information as to the lowest rates and best
routes are invited to correspondence
with the following representatives.
B. H. TRUMBULL, Commercial Agent
142 Third St., Portland, O-ngon.
.1. C. I.INUSKY, T.V.& P.A.
142 Third St.. Portland. Oregon.
p, B. Thompson, I'.sI'.a,, Room
1, Column Bldg., Seattle, Wash.
Road    Superintendent    Don
Maekay wns at bteele this week
completing repairs on a number |;
of bridges south of town.
J. S. Carter, Nelson, District
Passenger Agent for the C.P.U.
Co. wns at Oranbvoolc on business Tuesday.
If there is one town in Southeast Kootenay, to <ro ahead during the present year Cranbrook
will be that town.
The order of Ancient Free and
Accepted Masons is here, as elsewhere, the most substantial fraternal organization in Southeast
Kootenay.
B.C. Strawberries •;
# * *
Preserving season is ••
drawing near.    Leave (t
.J.   your orders   prompt  delivery <•
guaranteed. ••
Ml CiiHMK'KS j|
'.'.    Marueaibo Chocolates ..
!!    Choice Confectionery ••
•Ha/.elwood [ce Cream" ..
Hugh Stewart \\
Phone 75    ftrmstronu, Ave;;
NOTICE.
SOOTH Al'llll AN WAS LASH I'.HANT A.OT,
P HANTS nf liinil BllldO to Viilliliti'i'l'K. tlii'lv
U lu'lis or uiIkim. miller ttutliorliyof nils
Aiit iiti BiiWool to ii.c I'oiiiliilim Unit siwh
l»nas«b»nb»vo boon selectedIter tho BWitoos
 r bofuve iii" iir.-i iltts uf Juljr, !'•""■ , Notice
Is thei-eforu lii'it'iiv fflveii that npplleRtlons
for su.-ii lamia must be Bled M « Qovornmont
OfflMbjriluitdate.    ,, ,„ (.,iKRN,
Chief 0 mrolmlonor of Lands * Works.
Untlsunil w.i lis uvvii'i""'"'™ .„
Vlolorla, u.C. soiti May, i»i». M
Your attention is called to the
"Pioneer Limited" trains of the "Milwaukee & St Paul Railway." "The only
perfect trains in the world."
You will find it desirable to ride on
those trains when going to any point in
the Eastern States or Canada. They
connect with all Transcontinental
Trains and all Ticket Agents sell
tickets.
For further in formation, pamphlets,
etc, ask any Ticket Agent or
R. U FORD, H. S, UOWE,
Pass  Agent, General Agent,
SPOKANE. PORTLAND
Sl«T oFBas3m«msmai
Purchase   Price  $3.00 a Month
Allowance Hade For Old Maohine
flrnoid&Rooerts
MfNERAL ACT.
(roRii r.)
CERTIFICATE or IMPROVEMENTS.
NOTICE.
Plying Cloud Mineral Claim.
Situate In the Kort Steele Minlnn Division
of Bast Kootenay Dlstrlot.
Where located: -Oil Mark Creek one mile
from Kimberley,
Take notice that l.Tlios. T. McVittie. K.M.C.
So. BT3710. agent for J. C. Drewry, F.M.C.
No. BSIU09. Jos. Trainncr. F.M.C. No. IISSHOT
and ), P. Armstrong oillclnl admlnlKtrator for
Kellogg estalc Free Miner's Ccrtlll
ente No. BTJICa, Intend, sixty days from Die
dntc hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder
for a Ccrtillcate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining n Crown (1 rant of the above
claim.
And further take notice that action, under
section 37, must be commenced before the issu
mice of such Certificate of tmprovements.
tlatcd Ibis lSth day of April, A.D. I90S.
10 TI10S. T. McVlTTlK
JAMES GREER
CONTRACTOR
and BUILDER.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON AM, WORK
JOBBING PROMPTLY EXECUTED,
Houses and Cottages for Kent
or Sale on Easy Terms.
LIME AND SHINGLES FOR SALE.
Telephone 82.
D. J. JOHNSON
Carpenter % Builder
Good Work at
Reasonable Price
Office and Workshop  Lewis St
L.C0HN  |
| Tailor % Importer of |
* Fine Woolens.      |
* *
{Cranbrook, B.C. ArmstrorrjEAve $
I
Threel Four Year Courses
in Mining, Chemical, Civil,
Mechanical and Electrical
Engineering,
Mineralogy and Geology,
Biology atid Public Ilenlth.
Write for calendar to
The Secretary,'
School of Mining,
Kingston, Out,
GLINE
of tho old Manitoba. Barber Shop
can now he found In tht:
WATTS' BUILDINO
Kir*! Clan Work in all branches
of tho
Tonsorlal Art
TISDflLE'S
Heaflquarters for
FItKSH FRUITS
NUTS and CHOICE
CONFECTION l'.RY
ice Cream and Soft Drinks $
Also Tobacco, Pipes
and Cigars
'.'.   Baker St.    Cranbrook   X
•H^M-S-H-H-H
NOTICE.
Thirty (lnys after dale I Intend to iipply to
the Chief Commissioner of Liinds tout WorkH
for a license to cut and carry away timber
from the following dcucrllicd hinds in South
East Kootenay:— Commencing at u post planted at the South East corner of Lot 1879, Group
t. thence west 10 chains: thence north 20chain,
thenco west III chains: thenee south 80 chains;
thenco east 80 chains; thence north fiOchalna to
place of beginning.
E. M. FtHWlOK.
Located this 'Jin day of Juno, luuo.        II
J. M. DEER
Boot-siioG Maker
All Work Gu&raateed
Xi'\v Work Miult' to Mi'iisuru
Armstrong Ave.   gg^ „„„,
THESE DAYS
YOU    WANT   THE    LATEST
In Photos
- OR NONE AT ALL -
The Newest Is Sure to
Be Found at
Prest Photo Go.
Studio.
Granbrook
n Livery
OEARY St DOYLE, PROP'S
Teams and drivers furnished for any point in the district.
A. DOYLE, Manager
■tiilnl. ,.iS—"SiH ,»; t..',i;»..».«.|«|.«..,..«..,..<.,.
I
Jo. 29.
>HI0 N1W8
of Age—Com-
Im in United
r.to'.Gompete.
-The coming
of Duke Karl
Coburg and
i the occasion
pities in the
Duke, who U
irmen sorer-
puler among
e celebration
i quite unuau-
i on such oc-
., July 15.—
incies in tbe
e first half of
lumbers ,and
>unt of de-
ss. Numeri-
rcelyany al-
ion with the
correspond-
ast year, but
decrease ap-
■ liabilities-of
sidered.
Jompete.
-An iuterna-
n to the Ger-
ratta which
through the
be American
rlulchay and
Americana
ady training
lere from the
re high hopes
sod showing
rman scullers
>t succeed in
rs under the
rwrtioB.
Iy 15.—Every
less   for tbe
hanica'Build-
fifth annual
Kition.    The
unction with
ition of the
nof Electri-
be held here
cc
upy 83,000
or space and
age ot devices
ng to electric
' of working
is far in ex.
ver before as
I roof, includ
■ibition of pri
tallations anr,
ttricity. Thi
vernment ex
i entire outfl
ing and tele
ly war relic
id.
outhern Bril
(ly impresse
■respondenti
elles de Coi
member of tfa
Hits intervei
a dispute bt
Norway,
governmei
captured s
, found flsl
ie three-mil
>s, an expli
theKhondl
ted in the la
branch of tl
has receivi
n the Caribt
r Mining Cc
Moved by McConneli; secondltnenas  oenina  who wish mm l Rev. J. P. Westman.
a^W '
Society of tl
i Infcmd hoi
kocUlandgi
» Uwaof II
  1    DDnfiDva    up ot rnntmo    rra»irau»u... «i uuuo.. mvmunm I unions.   mcrariMM of Bah
The party of Washington, D.C.,     '«»MBB iT 81. MMM     Carruthers... ouUide Gow I Hill on Wednesdajr tf Ming
I manauau... »at uuuio.. invmuimi i THE PROSPECTOR, CRANBROOK, B. 0   .H'l.V l. 1005;
C juvtnnnrutnnnn ruwv -j-mnn nrtnn nnnnnnnrwj\ nnnnniyxnnnnnnrvtrxf:
Imperial Hank of Canada
CAPITAL AUTHORIZED $4,000,000
CAPITAL (paid up) ■ $3,000,000
REST ACCOUNT      -   •   $3,000,000
%te ytofwrtor. xne Man WHO   the Canadian bani
-   Likes to Fish    of coivImerce
1ATURDAV. JULY I,
I LOCAL NEWS, i
Head   Office   Toronto.
T, B. MEKRITT, President   D, R. M II.KIK. Vlce-Pn ., and fien, Man.
AGENTS   IN   CREAT   BRITAIN—Lloyds   Hank    .:' I nmlinrd St.,
London,
A General Bonking Business Transacted.
5;    Savings Bank Department.—Interest allowed on deposits.
| Cranbrook Branch.       j. f. M. pinkham, Manager.
Cin/LriKriKnh/utn/i>iKan!n^ l.tilili'li 111
3
3
a
a
: liuuuuuiiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu:
R. II. SiiiTnf Calsrarv, was in
I town Thursday.
II. Epstein,  Winnipeg, was In
the city Wednesday,
(leo. < limn,   Wardner,   ivns n't
Cranbrook Tuesday mi business.
:ini'i'i' Hi"
nil prices at Pat-
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%
'I Jiiiniesiiii, i nlgnry. ivti»j nl
(!i','iiilii'uii|i nu hiisiiii'.ss U'i lines
lav,
3jt   is nil. man   ^.    Paid-up Capital. $8.700.000 Reserve Fund. $3.50fj,J
ii nvled in tooklng over our show im.' ol j
Fishing- Tackle
W c have Rods and Reels ol
different sizes and the latest
si\ Irs. strong l.iiii's oi various
weights, all kinds di Flies
and i looks etc. All at the
right prices.
PS.   Let us serve you by mail
dFATT
9   A COMPLETE LINK OP
|    HATS
9 DIRECT
J JOHN B. STETSON.
J Philadelphia
* BEST H7.T3
J     manufa tui ei
g
♦
Where It Pays to Del.
U    line fur,      n d:r er  of   ihe  ~
EVERYBODY
: Invited 4f
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO
B. E, WALKER, General Managei ILEX, I. MUD. Asm. G«rtM..    i
BANK MONEY ORDERS
ISSUED AT THE FOLLOWING BATES
$3 and under    3 cents
Over S5 und not exceeding $10     6 cents
"    SIO        "       .     " $30    IU cents
"    S30       " " J50    ]5 celils
rii.'s,' Orders ere Payable ui Par .a enj offlee in Canada ol ■ Charl    ■
llaiik, (Yukon excepted) and at the principal banking points In the tnyl
State-. , Mm <iiviiii,ii (i
Till- CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, K.y,
They form an excellent method of remlrang.amall iumsol
with safety and at smull cost.
uiimt[ I
h,.,-. .ii'.
if
.Is   ;i   Ol, lllil'i
inn,  S|iiilciiiii>,
I'isiinr 'I liuiv i
Grand Opening at  the
Wasa   Hotel.   Wasa,
FINK liROS	
Those Dinner Sets
Are froinjj  f;i-t.     Yon   don'
fi.-n huy ihcm ;it ihefe prices.
Your Broken Dishes
A ?C,RjO
I
♦
J     Money Back If Not Satisfied
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9
9
9     V.  Hyde Raker wns nl Minn       ,,     .
m this week,  Mr.  Bnki'r returned       •'■ *••
iff. to Crtiubrook on Wednesday,
*  ... siv v^uimi^'ivis. THIS MEANS Y< "
J* wns n u11<■ -1 ;n  the i 'r.inbrobk
?f Thursday Mr.   \.   Hudson requests youi
*   presence with ladles, til the open
* Ourncwn Iilin^saiebeiiut'iis \n!z ,,r |,is  \,.w Hotel ut W'nsn,
A  y ii will  tiinl  th, in   up sluil•- ni
|jt: Prea:s Stadi.1.  July  1st,   I90S
W     MeClary's high  grade  "Lou
* ilon" i tunneled ware til Putuion
* Bros.
* 	
m     Mrs. DeVere Hnnl necompa' Comeone!   Come nil!!   For you
2 nied Mr. and Mrs. M. B. King ■,, , ,  ,
* to the coast on Thursday. will have a good time.
A   	
9      Leave your   order  tor Pru.l OPERA    HOUSE     #
if Jars,   linif-'s ami  Cups al rink a
u Bros
A
w For n  good   invpsmipui   sei
5 Beale  &   Klwoll   al   their h
Jf  office nt il Huh".
Dancing al 9 pm.
Supper al 12 p.m.
S, ,• I'niii
i'an  be  n placed as   «,-  »
carry    in   stock   iwo   nice  J;
naiti    s. vi»n can  buy any ill
jt   Uiite   I'lutiilii
(Kid   piece   thai   may   have j»   "oods
\i- en broken
Dave BrecKenridrra,   of Ward
Bros  for up ii
and   11 i.11111 >i ij
*
*
ner repiesenting the Crow's Ne i
g&  i.nihiii'i' Co  was in town Thiirs-
ONE   WEEK
Monday, July 3
ihe Sherman-Piatt
Stock Company
SI PPOHTINti
Ilaytlen Stevenson
\ iii.»i .-in
Hamilton m\d
I'm' imrlli'iiliii' |ien|il  r,   ■
ni.. n Kti'tiiiy im-ii made iiiovuidi-ih ,
fSfH     "" HOIIUrnta ll  ki'i'iirr.   Tli....
tii'itiiin- linva plaood iImmi in ilit
rank til a hut nun movement*,
tt you are thinking ol burii
a watch,  we will be plea
qtlOle von prices.
ill. F. TdteSSiJ
Jewelers    Graduate 0pticim|
i MUi-i.il Wili'h iii*|-"i h.i- C
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I Mill   Owners}!
f
*
*
*
*
FIRE HOSE
FIRE BUCKETS
\\ ill reilucc cust nl viiur insurance,
Wi
tin in.
,ot  us Iii   you "in and reduoe your ex
pense's and (l.ili;,ii 11' Hi) Inc.
M.;«].;-|.;»;..;.}-;.|.}»|»;»;.^..]-;..;,.;-^I. .;.t-;-i.;,;.;.;-;-;.;.;.,;„;.;„;„;„;„;..;-M.     Mr.  unci   Mrs    P.   D.  Weeks,
♦ ntid Mr. iiml Mrs. II. Pearson of
J Wardner,  were Cranbrook  \is
itofs Thursday.
!
i
i
Beale & Elwell
-j*   For Rent   *r.
5 Unfurnished Rooms
2 Unfurnished Rooms
i
| In the Best Part of the   Town
Several small shacks also
| private residences
*  In   Good  Locality.   *
•j-S-W-K-W-i'-W-H-H-W-H-H-i- -H-I-K-H-W-W-H-i-H-H-H-H-
HILL 6c CO.
^_,» Ladies' and Men's
^*^ Furnishers.
THE
Great Sale
IS STILL ON AT
6ranDrooK's Greatest Store
HILL & CO.
uipuny pir-.-iiijiiir iu ^t
ulan play*.
WM. B. SHtRMflN, Manacer
Just flo-cd a Llireo month* unguponionl
ut Shormnn's Opera llousu
in I al^ar\
MONDAY. JULY 3rd.
Mr.  A.  Richardson,   of Dur  "S,,al1 Wc lo,'«ivc Her'
ham,England, and R. F. Richhrd- ^ bwwtlfnl atory,  ».'ii  niiii.-n and
son of Little Hull River, wore in uHrefullj pradaced.
town Thursday. Prices 25, 85, und 50 qents
Reserved boats on sale tit  P.O.
11D, McBride
> Cranbrook, B.C. i
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Baseball players were oul al-
•f i most eveiy evening of this week.
T The local team is dniii^' a lot
•)• of hard work these days.
Drug Store.
"Wes" Cllne, president of the|
local fisherman's club,  will  be
•j. ui Moyie today gathering material for new lisli stories.
P.    Lund,    manager  of   the
row's Nesl Lin
er, was nt Crai
day on business,
NOTICE.
'1'AKK NOTICE (liui thirty >lii)> iifwr due |
l Intend io apply totUoChlo! Connnli»lonor of:
i.iuiii* and Worlm for a apeelttl llcenue io cm
and curry nway timber from the following de
sTitir.i liin'U near eerry Crock   In Southeast
Kooti III!) :
Commencing ut a poal planted forty clialm,
Minlli of iiu- south west ,.,,r,j,,r of John K.
HiMiji's'   pre-emption,  tbenco Bouth rlniiii
Central
Hotel
'■'•"i
Crow's .Nesl Lumber Co   Ward-;|,|i:ii"N' ''"''  ",vl '•|«|i|y ohnin«, thence
ner, was at Cranbrook Wednes- ,"""",'!,;,;';"""'"- l ' " ""•'"" "'"""
I,, iiniiii ui oomnicncement.
Tisdale, the confectioner lias
improved the appearance of his
store by putting in a large rilute
glass front.
A large number of Cranbrook
: people   will   take   ill   the   Movie
celebration today,
Mr. and Mrs M. H. King and
Children left on Thursday train
on a visit to the coast, Mr. King
will take in ihe Portland exposition before he returns.
Nels .Johnson. Wasa, was in
(own Thursday. He says "Thai
Mr. Hanson is making great
preparations to accomodate the
large crowd that will be at Wasa
on July 1st "
ROBERT JOHNSON
Proprietor
.♦    Marysville. B.C.    ♦ j$
The lending Hotel of the St   Mary's  Valley,
Nice airy rooms, newly furnished.   Table as goon   olj
a* any in Kn'itenay Ml
GOOD   SAMPLE   ROOMS |
mWrWkmmmx* **************
Dated Juno until, lno.1.
0-: OBOKOlS ,\. l.Ai'ini:
Stock Qiiutiitioim.
I''iiriii>lii"l   li.v   Oeule   ,v   Khvell   Uroko
Cranbrook, U.C
Mareonl Win Ion t -..im
North Star  .-,
Sullivan i,
si. KuKona  ni
llnmblor Cariboo . .'i
Woitom nil and Coal,.... in
International Coal \ Cake . ,'■;
War Scrip ijs.on
Sslel.
H'i'Kterii oil \ i mil
North stin KHHi.
Mareonl Wlrolewi
Don Mackay,   was attending
court al Cranbrook Friday.
Charlie    Armstrong,    Moyie,
was in town  Thursday on bush
ness.
*
*
*
AITCHISON
THE BUTCHER    J
*    Marysville, B.C.    *
*
*
*
Dur complete Cold Storage Plant enables us to b"' gl
S "ish our goods in porfeel colidltioh al all seasons ol Ml
S   the year. gl
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Between perfect sight and
partial blindness are many degrees of seeing. Modern science
enables us to give perfect vision
I to nearly all who see, however
[Imperfectly. Wm. P, Tate *
Son, Graduate Opticians.
Rev. J, P, Westman pastor of
the Methodist church will continue his address next. .Sunday
evening by showing the relation
of man to man and the influence
we exert over each other. The
morning subject will bo "Cast
down but noi destroyed".
Mechanic*, runners, Sportsmen ■'
To heal and softon Uir »tiln and   remove
grease, oil and nm stains, palm and earth
etc, use The "Master Mscbsnlo'e'' Tar soap
|Alber Toilet Soap Co., Mfrt,
The subject in the Baptist
church next Sunday evening will
be "A great general's advice to
men".    All are cordially invited.
E, C, Miller, Port Steele, is
agent for MoCormick Harvesting Machinery. Those wanting
mowers, rakes or repairs will be
supplie I on application,
The Rev. Donald Me.Intyre,
Pastor of the Haptist Church at
I'inclier Creek, will supply the
pulpit of the Baptist church of
this place during the absence of
the pastor, Including duly 0, hi,
and 23rd, Mr. Sloat leaves for
the coast on Monday next to attend the B. C. Baptist convention to be held in Victoria. He
will also visit Portland, Seattle
and Vancouver.
REFORM CL(1
The Best In
Canada
U
Fit  Reform   Wardrobes
now in place at
Reid & Co.
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